Adobe bundles Web tools for limited time

Adobe Australia and New Zealand has announced a special bundle of graphics and Web design tools, including PageMill, PhotoDeluxe, ImageStyler and ImageReady for $399.

The Adobe Internet Pack is available until January 31, 1999 at department and computer stores. The tools perform a range of functions for Web authoring:

Adobe PageMill 3.0 is a Web authoring and site management program, which also includes a version of Adobe Photoshop.

Adobe PhotoDeluxe 2.0 provides a photo-editing environment for retouching photos and adding special effects.

Adobe ImageStyler 1.0 is a simple interface for non-professional designers, to create Web graphics.

Adobe ImageReady 1.0 assists designers in outputting graphics for Web use, balancing the tradeoffs of file size and image quality.


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